I've wanted a Conquests of Camelot remake since the first Future Remake thread a jillion years ago, and I want one again now first and foremost. That game is a classic and I'm saddened that Christy Marx only did COC and Longbow. I also voted for QFG3 because I think it would be a lot of fun to expand the world of Tarna a bit. I always felt like Lori and Corey weren't able to put half of what they had planned to put into the game, and I'd just like to see more of the city/villages/savannah. Having a decent combat system wouldn't be too bad of an idea, either, and since there's already code for that...
Off on a tangent... A couple of weeks ago, I was watching a YouTube clip which featured a number of different intros to 80s cartoons. One of the many cartoons shown was Jem., which I vaguely recalled, often playing in the afternoon along side other cartoons like Transformers, G.I. Joe and reruns of Scooby Doo. I read up a little further about the show Jem and learned that the creator and writer for the show was Christy Marx, who also was a writer for other cartoons such as G.I. Joe and Captain Planet.
Hmmm...is that the same person who also designed the two Conquest games for Sierra? Indeed it is. What a small world.
I'd be curious if QFG3 could have developed even further if Sierra didn't spend their time remaking QFG1 and used that extra time and money on QFG3.
I think King's Quest IV had the most "magical" feel to it, from the little chime heard whenever you scored points, to the atmosphere of the game and scenery.
Conquests of Camelot is an excellent, excellent game, but very difficult. A cursor-based game would have helped greatly, especially in trying to discover what to ask people. But it was a very rich game with great detail.
The Black Cauldron is also quite fun and has a number of different endings, depending on what actions Taran takes throughout the game. Plus, it is loosely based upon one of my favorite series of books: The Prydain Chronicles.